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“LOOK THE DOCUMENT” To understand. The essay has to have 900-1200 words. Be careful with the grammar.You are to write an essay intended for high school students interested in becoming journalists in either print, broadcast, cable or other media. Make sure that you CLEARLY define the following terms within your paper. Your paper will focus on the primary skills that your future employers are most likely to be looking for:Spelling and grammar count–one point lost per grammar or spelling error
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Final exam: Newswriting due Thursday May 2, 1:30
You are to write an essay intended for high school students interested in becoming journalists in
either print, broadcast, cable or other media. Make sure that you CLEARLY define the following
terms within your paper. Your paper will focus on the primary skills that your future employers
are most likely to be looking for:
Spelling and grammar count–one point lost per grammar or spelling error
Due Thursday, May 2 in hard copy ONLY within the within the first 15 minutes of final
exam period (1:30-1:45) or it is late with one letter grade lost.
Among the terms to define:
Differences between writing for PRINT and BROADCAST
Skills from a newswriting class that can be helpful in other careers
audience development
audience metrics
good storytelling (in journalism terms)
political fact checking
Sources are provided below.
Some sources work best when the link is cut and paste into a browser.
They may not link from this exam if viewed on your computer.
http://www.poynter.org/2016/want-to-get-a-journalism-job-here-are-theskills-you-need-according-to-a-new-report/408464/
http://www.poynter.org/2014/journalism-needs-the-right-skills-tosurvive/246563/
https://www.poynter.org/tech-tools/2017/local-edition-what-skills-do-youneed-to-stay-in-journalism/
http://towknight.org/research/superpowers/advantage/ (this report has
multiple links within which you should check out if you plan a career in this
field and to answer the question best.)
http://towknight.org/research/superpowers/key-findings/
(a report on media analytics is available on blackboard)
http://towknight.org/research/superpowers/advantage/

‘Fact Check This’: How U.S. politics adapts to media scrutiny


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